Mayer News for 11-1

Happy Halloween
Because some of my readers will get the papers on Monday and Wednesday, I want to wish all of the ghosts and goblins a Happy Halloween. Motorists, please watch out for Trick or Treaters as they cross the busy streets seeking their candy treats.

Zion Turkey Dinner
On Nov. 11, a turkey dinner and silent auction will be held as part of the 100-year celebration at Zion Lutheran School. Advance sale tickets for the dinner may be purchased at the school office Monday through Friday. Tickets will be $2 more if bought at the door. Donations for the silent auction are now being accepted.

Senior Pot Luck
On Monday, Nov. 5, there will be a pot luck dinner at the Mayer Community Center for all senior citizens in the Mayer area. All you are required to do is bring a dish of food to share. The meal will be served at 11:30 a.m. Bunco will be played after the meal, with your departure time about 1:30 p.m. Plan on coming for the meal and for good fellowship with your friends and neighbors.

Dates of Importance
Monday, Nov. 5 – Members of the Mayer Fire Department will have a business meeting starting at 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 6 – General election will be held at the Mayer Community Center. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Starting in November, the compost site will be open only on Saturday mornings from 8 a.m. to noon. It will not be open Wednesday evenings until next spring.

More numbers fun
When I can’t sleep at night, strange thoughts go through my head. Since I like paying with numbers, the flowing came to mind. A few weeks ago I wrote that our daughter Laura celebrated her 30th birthday. That number has a lot to do with what I thought of next. When I was 30 years old I started writing for the Carver County News and the Waconia Patriot as the Mayer correspondent. I have held this position for 44 years, But, when I was 44 years old, I gave birth to our daughter, Laura, who is now 30.

–Mayer News is compiled and written by Cathy Stifter

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